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Thread: Reverse side

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    Reverse side

    I finished (haven't signed it yet though) the reverse side of the welcome painting. Love sharing this with you, you are very supportive of my efforts.

    Serita
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    I love it. You did a great job.

    Yes, do sign it. I have a hard time convincing my DH to sign his woodworking but it is important.

    Linda

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    I enjoy your posting, such wonderful work. Yes, you need to sign your art.

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    beautiful paintings.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Awesome work. Do sigh it especially if this is a piece your are going to donate for a charity sale or gift to someone. I think work signed by the artist is special.
    Fabric is like money, no matter how much you have it's never enough.

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    So nice. Keep them coming. We love looking at your work

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    Your work is beautiful. Yes you should sign it.
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    Very nice. You should definitely be proud to sign it!

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    Just beautiful! Great job !

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    Great job....proudly sign it...

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    Oh I really like your work.

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    What a beautiful quilt you have made! By all means sign it; you don't want someone getting credit for such a lovely work.

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    You are very talented & YES, you do need to sign it with pride.

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    Thanks everyone for your kind comments and for checking it out. Update: I have signed the finished welcome sign.

    Serita

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